Pictures of Colnagos

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anaerobic
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by anaerobic

My C59
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Are 160KB the max. size for the pictures??

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carlislegeorge
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This thread needs to stay on page 1....Garage Door & Saddlebag & Garmin Included....

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2011 Tarmac Pro SL3 Project Black (gone but not forgotten)
2012 Parlee Z5 SLi (just because)
2014 Colnago C59 (why not)

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michel2
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If I had a spare couple dollars I would love a tradiona
Geo in those colours I think it is the nicest of all available designs at the moment !

tids0009
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by tids0009

carlislegeorge wrote:This thread needs to stay on page 1....Garage Door & Saddlebag & Garmin Included....

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What an awesome looking bike, that's seriously the best colour scheme (they don't sell that colour in Australia) and fantastic build. Well done!

RichTheRoadie
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tids0009 wrote:(they don't sell that colour in Australia)

I bet BikeBug can get it.

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eurperg
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In the usual boring euro superbike look with wheels borrowed from my pal... :roll:

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asdf123
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by asdf123

eurpeg,
Nice I like your bike and adore your tumblr :)
How do you compare LW to your Bora's? I'm quite curious as I'm thinking of making a switch to the Campag wheels.
Ascetic wise the Bora's suit Colnagos better but I don't think that there is any better than LW but hey, I haven't ridden much others ;)

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chris8382
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I guess once I have enough posts, I'll be able to post a picture of my old C40 and my current C50.
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chris8382
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My old C40. Really enjoyed this frame, but have recently switched to a C50 (and now looking to sell this C40). I'll try to get a photo of the C50 tomorrow....

And yes, this was in commuter mode, with brackets for front and rear lights.

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bjorn240
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m4k1
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by m4k1

my c50. now with zipp bars, dura ace cranks, dura ace seatpost and concor light saddle
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by kgt

Nice C50s!

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chris8382
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by chris8382

Bjorn240-- Nice! More daring than I am. I don't mind riding in the rain, but always a bit timid down hill in the rain.
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chris8382
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OK, didn't clean it after my ride yesterday, but I really enjoy this bike regardless.

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